Abstract Submission 2019

Abstract Submission for the 2019 meeting of the Welsh Orthopaedic Society on the 10th May is now open and will close at 17:00 on the 4th March 2019.

Abstracts are welcomed from all training and non-training grades of orthopaedic medical staff, nursing staff and Allied Health professionals and associated specialities.

Abstracts should be submitted via email to:

abstracts@welshorthopaedics.org.uk

Please ensure your abstract complies with the guidelines, which can be accessed here

Welcome to the Welsh Orthopaedic Society

The Welsh Orthopaedic Society was formed in 1987 and is an important forum for Welsh Orthopaedic Surgeons.

As the number of Orthopaedic Surgeons continues to increase, the Welsh Orthopaedic Society will remain a focus for the discussion of orthopaedic research and teaching issues in the Principality. The Society facilitates communication between North and South Wales and our colleagues working in other parts of the United Kingdom. We have strong links with our colleagues in England, Ireland and Scotland.

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Annual Meeting 2019

Event Information for the 2019 Welsh Orthopaedic Society Annual Meeting. Read more…

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Role Of Society

The aims of the Welsh Orthopaedic Society are to promote and direct the development of orthopaedic surgery, to foster and co-ordinate education, study and research in orthopaedic surgery, and to disseminate knowledge of orthopaedic surgery among members of the Medical and allied health professions. Read more…

 
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Executive Officers

View the current list of Executive Officers. Read more…

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History

There is a remarkable link between the origins of modern orthopaedics in the UK (and subsequently in North America) and what happened in Anglesey in the 18th century. The north Anglesey coastline is treacherous. A shipwreck occurred one stormy night between 1730 and 1745. There were only 2 survivors – 2 young boys. Read more…